Venus and the Moon | 1st February

What a delight this view will be for those keen to get up early. Venus is the brightest object you will see on the eastern horizon. If you’ve been watching Venus over the last month, you’ll know it now appears below Jupiter in the early morning sky. Now the Moon is...

Uranus Near Mars | 12th February

Mars can be seen easily with the naked-eye. It looks like a red-coloured star when in fact, it is really a planet you're seeing. On the other hand, Uranus is a planet we can’t see with the naked eye. It's just too far away from Earth for us to view without a...

Valentine’s Night Under the Stars | 14th February

It’s Valentine’s night with a starry twist! Bring your loved ones, family and friends and enjoy a special evening together under the stars and moonlight! See the great Orion Nebula, Jewel Box star cluster, Southern Cross and much more through telescopes. You might...

Supermoon | 21st March

There are three full Moons popularly known as "Supermoons" in 2019. They rise in January, February and March. The Moon’s orbit around Earth is slightly oval shaped or elliptical. So, every month there’s a time when the Moon is at its closest distance to Earth (at...

New Moon

5 February

First Quarter

13 February

Full Moon

19 February
Rises 7:02pm

Last Quarter

26 February